Yes, HOA Can Sell Property for Delinquent Fees (CA)

Howard Rich purchased a single-family residence at an execution sale. The execution sale was conducted to satisfy a judgment against Yung-Shen Steven Lee. Rich was a third-party purchaser. The plaintiff and judgement creditor was Spyglass Hill Community Association, the HOA which managed the residence where Lee lived. After the sale, the trial court granted Lee’s motion to vacate the judgement on the ground it had been obtained by the HOA through fraud. The court also granted Lee’s motion for restitution and cancelled the sheriff’s deed to Rich. Rich appealed the court’s ruling. The appellate court reversed the order granting Lee’s motion for restitution and cancellation of the sheriff’s deed of sale.    Read the article…………..


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